Laptop and Software Recommendations
The Laptop and Software Recommendations can now be found on the School website under the Resources tab or via this direct link: http://artscomm.tcnj.edu/resources/laptop-and-software-recommendations/
Add/Drop a Major Add/Drop a Minor Internship Application (see Student Handbook for criteria) Independent Study (see Student Handbook for criteria) Student Travel request Form All forms require approval from area Coordinator and Department Chair.
The Department Hotline lists exhibition opportunities, internships and jobs. Please note, the Hotline URL has changed! Please save this new address in your records: www.artarthistory.tumblr.com
The Department offers several scholarships, including the Henry Ahrens Off-Campus Experience Scholarship. Click here to see scholarship information and submission guidelines.
Art Student Organizations
The College Art Gallery is located on the first floor of the new Art & IMM Building on the beautiful campus of The College of New Jersey. The Gallery presents six exhibitions annually including three curated exhibitions featuring nationally and internationally recognized artists, plus two student exhibitions and a faculty exhibition highlighting the extraordinary talent of the campus community. All gallery exhibitions and artist talks are free and open to the public. Student exhibition spaces AIMM 111 & 119 are located in the winged sections of the first floor. These spaces showcase student’s works and you may apply for solo or group exhibitions. There is also an annual juried Spring TCNJ Student Exhibition in which you are encouraged to apply. Deadlines and opportunities are announced via email on the HOTLINE.
Note: Independent Study may not be taken as a substitution for any other course. Independent study should be used for individual pursuit of topics within or beyond a student’s major field of study, which transcend the regularly available curriculum. It will normally involve research, primary source reading, or fieldwork. An independent study application consists of two parts. The first is an enrollment form, including an evaluation rubric, which must be signed by the student, faculty sponsor and department chair. The second is an Independent Study Summary Proposal prepared by the student. The completed application must be submitted to the Assistant Dean for approval and, if approved, to The Office of Records and Registration at the time the student registers for the course. Registration for independent study will be accepted through the first week of the semester. Download form.
Please follow these guidelines when writing proposals: Independent Study Guidelines and Evaluation Rubric
* Check the student HOTLINE for opportunities
The primary purpose of the college-level internship is the development of occupational or professional competence in the actual occupational setting after theory education has been completed. Other purposes (income, career exploration, learning-by-doing, on-the-job training, etc.) cannot be the primary purpose, though they may occur as a second result of the internship experience. Further information on Credits, GPA, and Requirements for the Internship and The Internship Contract are available in the Student Handbook. Download form.
Please follow these guidelines when writing proposals: Internship Guidelines and Evaluation Rubric
*Check the student HOTLINE for opportunities
Check the student HOTLINE for opportunities
MUSE is an undergraduate research program where students spend eight weeks in residence at The College of New Jersey during the summer, conducting research or engaging in creative activity in mentored collaboration with TCNJ faculty. Last year, six students were funded from the Art Department to participate in the program. Elizabeth Mackie: Bryan Borut and Allison Tumminia Lee Ann Riccardi: Emily Conforto Lisa LaJevic: Gabriel Randazzo, Matthew Pembleton and Kelsey Long
The mission of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is to support the academic goals of the College through assisting students with personal challenges that interfere with their academic progress.
Differing Abilities Services
The Office of Differing Abilities Services (ODAS) is in place to further extend the mission of The College of New Jersey and the mission of The Division of Student Affairs to persons with disabilities.